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As previously reported, singer Mary J. Blige’s estranged husband Martin “Kendu” Isaacs is demanding spousal support in their divorce proceedings. Now, according to TMZ, Isaac is demanding that Blige pay him $129,319 a month to maintain “the lifestyle ” he has become accustomed to during the couple’s 12 year marriage. Isaacs claims that he has no income since being fired by Blige, and that she’s bringing in the bread siting her “King & Queen of Hearts Tour” and forthcoming album. He adds that Mary has earned between $1.5 to $5.1 million over the past two years. He concludes that the prenuptial agreement the couple signed is bogus because he signed it without an attorney. He believes Mary knows it’s bogus because she cut him two checks which total $85,000. People can say what they will, but the person who earns the income usually has to pay the piper. R&B singer/songwriter Sevyn Streeter apparently thinks a little role playing is all a relationship needs as evidenced by the visual for the single “Prolly”, featuring Gucci Mane. Now, she’s released a character heavy visual for the single “D4L.” The Dream assisted track is one of three singles from the songstress’ forthcoming album “Girl Disrupted”, which is scheduled for a January release. She also enlisted the services of Tricky Stewart for the project. She says working with Stewart was a dream come true for her, adding that Stewart and The Dream are producers that she’s always looked up to. Rapper Nelly is bringing his country grammar and sports savvy to FS1’s “Skip & Shannon: Undisputed.” The platinum selling MC will join the sports debate show as a contributor along with Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe and moderator Joy Taylor beginning Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 9:30 a.m. EST. In addition to topping the Billboard charts with such hits as “Grillz”, “Hot In Herre” and “Dilemma”, the St. Louis native was once a football and baseball player. He was even an  All Star MVP for The St. Louis Amateur Baseball Association in 1992 before his music career began. In addition, he’s part owner of the Charlotte Hornets and also stars in BET’s “Nellyville” and Kevin Hart’s parody “Real Husbands of Hollywood.”